Tamar Island Wetlands Centre Volunteers
The Tamar Island Wetlands Reserve is at the heart of the Tamar Conservation Area, which protects the Tamar River's remnant wetlands and estuarine environment. Tamar Island is an historic landmark, and remnants of early European occupation can still be seen on the island. The island is accessible by boardwalk. This group assists in the conservation of the Tamar Island wetlands, and aims to encourage public access and use of the facilities. Volunteers staff the Interpretation Centre 364 days per year. Training is provided, no special knowledge required - just an abiding enthusiasm for the wetlands!
This information is provided for people to contact member groups about their community Landcare activities. Anyone wishing to distribute information generally to groups should contact Landcare Tasmania with their request.
Name: John Duggin
Mobile phone: (03) 6394 3644